Senior Spotlight: Chasidee Lynn Lopez

Gabriella Van Sickell, Editor

“Senior Spotlight” will be an ongoing series throughout the school year, highlighting graduating seniors and their thoughts about their time here at Hawthorne High School and as it comes to a close.  Next up is senior Chasidee Lynn Lopez.


Clarion: When did it first sink in that this is your last year here at Hawthorne High School?

Chasidee: I would have to say it hit me at the end of my junior year. I passed all my finals and I was like only one more year left.


Clarion: Who are your favorite teachers?

Chasidee: I have a lot of favorites here at HHS: Ms. Miller, Ms. Clifford, Mr. Ambrose, Mr. Livingston, Ms. G and Ms. Schlossberg.


Clarion: How has HHS changed since your freshman year?

Chasidee: The lunches changed. I hate how they are separate now…I can’t see all my friends and that bugs me.


Clarion: What’s your favorite memory from Hawthorne High School?

Chasidee: Being the school mascot is my favorite memory. I loved the attention and showing school spirit.


Clarion: What are your plans for the future?

Chasidee: I want to be a medical examiner then go into the army to be a doctor.


Clarion: If you could talk to your freshman self what would you tell her?

Chasidee: Your are going to grow and make it to 5 feet tall, study harder, don’t procrastinate and it is going to get better.


Clarion: What is something you want to do before you graduate?

Chasidee: I want to find this pool that seniors were telling me about during my freshman year.